Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

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    Michael Gardner Guest

    Default Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    I&#039m having trouble using the Date/Time Picker on a web page on our company intranet. It works fine on the box I wrote the page on, but not on other clients. I have included the codebase, the client finds the cab file, downloads it, asks "Do you want to install this control?", but the control does not appear. I thought it may be a liscense issue, so after researching MSDN, I learned about the LPK_Tool. I used it, created an lpk file for the Date/Time Picker control, added the object tag for the LPK, but it still does not appear. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. <BR><BR>&#060;code snippet&#062; <BR><BR>&#060;OBJECT CLASSID="CLSID:3d25aba1-caec-11cf-b34a-00aa00a28331"&#062;<BR>&#060;PARAM NAME="LPKPath" VALUE="DatePicker.lpk"&#062;<BR>&#060;/OBJECT&#062; <BR>&#060;OBJECT classid=clsid:20DD1B9E-87C4-11D1-8BE3-0000F8754DA1 id=DatePicker width="70" height="22" codebase="mscomct2.cab"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="_ExtentX" value="1852"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="_ExtentY" value="582"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="_Version" value="393216"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="MousePointer" value="0"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="Enabled" value="1"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="OLEDropMode" value="0"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CalendarBackColor" value="-2147483643"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CalendarForeColor" value="-2147483630"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CalendarTitleBackColor" value="-2147483633"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CalendarTitleForeColor" value="-2147483630"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CalendarTrailingForeColor" value="-2147483631"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CheckBox" value="0"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CustomFormat" value&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="DateIsNull" value="0"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="Format" value="662831105"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="UpDown" value="0"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="CurrentDate" value="36392"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="MaxDate" value="36891"&#062;<BR>&#060;param name="MinDate" value="36045"&#062;<BR>&#060;/OBJECT&#062;<BR><BR>&#060;/code snippet&#062;<BR><BR>

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    Mike Martinez Guest

    Default RE: Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    Mike, we are having the exact same problem here with the date time picker. We are putting in a call to M$ today to try and resolve this issue. Looks like were going to have to redesign our app in the 11th hour. If it wasn&#039t for your post we would have suspected that possibly the code was incorrect, but it doesn&#039t seem so. Our code is an exact duplicate of yours and we get the same results.

  3. #3
    Michael Gardner Guest

    Default RE: Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    If you get any positive response, please post here. Thanks.

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    DHTML Calander Control Guest

    Default RE: Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    &nbsp;<BR>If you want, I can find out where I saw a DHTML calander control.<BR><BR>Marty<BR>


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    Default RE: Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    Go to designX.com and check out the free date picker dll they have in their tool-box section. The example on the site isn&#039t working but the control worked great for me.

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    nilyum Guest

    Default RE: Using MS Date/Time Picker ActiveX Control

    i would be thankful if u tell me the link to the dhtml calander control, as i need to simulate a calander on my web page

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